*Survey extended to 5pm Monday 28 August 2017*
The Council for Evidence-based Psychiatry, in collaboration with the University of Roehampton and with the support of Baylissa Frederick of Recovery Road, has launched a survey to gather data on the experiences and provision needs of those who are suffering, or have suffered, from prescribed drug dependence (PDD) and withdrawal.
The survey is open to all adult volunteers; however we are particularly interested in volunteers from the UK as these responses will help inform our work around the provision of UK services.
You will be asked to complete a questionnaire, which is designed to obtain information on various features of PDD withdrawal, withdrawal provision, as well as preferences for future provision.
All the data gathered will be used to generate research to inform policy. Data will be ultimately published in both academic and public policy report form. Completion of the questionnaire should take no more than 20 minutes, but could take longer should you desire to answer written questions in depth.
The survey opens at 9am on 10 August 2017 will now close at 5pm on Monday 28 August 2017 BST.
The link to the survey can be found here:
Thank you in advance for participating in this survey.